satiation


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Synonyms for satiation

the condition of being full to or beyond satisfaction

Synonyms for satiation

the state of being satisfactorily full and unable to take on more

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the act of achieving full gratification

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Roussell says pistachios are an ideal midmorning or midafternoon snack because of their unique nutrient package that not only promotes feelings of fullness and satiation, but also, newer studies show, can promote an optimal mental state and more focus at work.
After this latest development some comforts and relaxation came in the ranks of PPP and PTI for the selection of top slots of senate as both the parties on win, win satiation if this happened.
I finally felt this satiation I never thought I needed until we had the chance to exchange thoughts.
Independently of body weight fluctuations, these observations imply potential impairments in the regulation of vital functions such as appetite, satiation, satiety, energy utilization/storage, sleep, and voluntary activity [12].
The team explained if you could consume 1,500 kcal in Mars bars alone over the course of a day, thus creating a calorie deficit for yourself, then you won't be healthy because of the high sugar content, you will never feel full, always craving more satiation.
"I value the participation of all Arab National Societies, which are actively engaged in the response to the ongoing tragic satiation of victims of conflicts and disasters in Arab countries," he said.
According to the company, the beverage is made with organic plant protein (13g per bottle) from pea, chia, cacao and hemp, delivering all essential amino acids to promote satiation and a healthy, lean physique.
Participants were randomly assigned to one of two sequences: deprivation/ satiation or satiation/deprivation.
In psychology, both habit formation and satiation have been studied and observed in animals and humans [2, 3].
A group of brook trout (ranging from 72--80 g) were fed on commercial pellets to apparent satiation and by means of serial slaughter their stomach contents were sampled with 3 h intervals until the first empty stomach was observed.
"The focus is really on nutrient density lately, and having high calories that will deliver lots of nutrients and offer satiation for a longer period of time are more important for a stable diet than avoiding things that are good for you," Lazarski says.
The motivations behind breakfast are generally convenience, satiation and healthfulness, according to NPD, although these factors can vary by generational group and life stage.
Poothullil (who has spent more than two decades studying the causes of hunger, satiation, weight gain, and diabetes) provides exactly what you need to prevent this serious disease from altering your life--without drugs.
Military analysts believe that the militant groups have no good satiation in Syria any more.